1821

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October 17, 2021

Centuries: 18th century - 19th century - 20th century Decades: 1770s - 1780s - 1790s - 1800s - 1810s - 1820s - 1830s - 1840s - 1850s - 1860s years - 1870s Years: 1816 - 1817 - 1818 - 1819 - 1820 - 1821 - 1822 - 1823 - 1824 - 1825 - 1826

Events

March 6 - Greek freedom fighters led by Alexandru Ipsilanti revolt against Turkish rule. March 12. The Farkas Street Stone Theater, the very first Hungarian theater building, is opened in Cluj-Napoca. June 19 - The Battle of Drăgășani, in which Ottoman Turks defeat the Greek revolutionary company Philikí Etaireía. July 20 - Solemn consecration of the Óbuda Synagogue. July 28 - José de San Martín occupies Lima, where Peru's independence is proclaimed. November 28 - Panama declares independence from Spain. The U.S. acquires Florida from the Spaniards under the Adams-Onis Treaty. Themes of the year

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Births January 8 - James Longstreet is a general in the Confederate Southern Forces of the American Civil War († 1904). January 27 - Sándor Teleki, National Colonel of 1848-49, member of the Petőfi Society († 1892) January 30 - Dózsa Dániel Royal Curian Judge, Poet († 1889) February 20 - Károly Ráth lawyer, first mayor of Budapest († 1897) February 20 - Frigyes Feszl architect († 1884) February 20 - id. Ferenc Storno painter, architect, restorer, art collector († 1907) March 2 - Writer Károly Bérczy († 1867) March 3 - Manó Andrássy painter, cartoonist, art collector, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences († 1891) March 19 - Colonel József Ágost Bayer, historian, military writer († 1864) March 21 - Painter József Molnár († 1899) March 25 - Klára Leövey teacher, writer, journalist († 1897) March 29 - Karl Gustav Adolf Knies, economist, representative of the German School of History, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences († 1898) March 29 - Sándor Lumniczer surgeon, university professor († 1892) April 1 - Louis-Adolphe Bertillon French statistician, mycologist († 1883) April 9 - French poet Charles Baudelaire († 1867) May 14 - Archduke Frederick Ferdinand of Habsburg-Teschen, Archduke of Austria, third son of Archduke Charles, Lieutenant General, Commander-in-Chief of the Imperial-Royal Navy from 1844 († 1847) May 17 - Sebastian Kneipp Naturopath († 1897) June 2 - Military Officer Richard Gelich, Military Specialist († 1899) August 12 - Royal Paul journalist, publicist, politician († 1892) September 14 - Poet László Szelestey († 1875) October 24 - Colonel Ferenc Aschermann († 1893) November 11 - Russian writer Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky († 1881) December 12 - French writer Gustave Flaubert († 1880) November 23 - István Bartalus Hungarian music historian, folk song collector, correspondent member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences († 1899) November 24 - György Joannovics politician, linguist, journalist, member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences († 1909) November 24 - Lawyer Soma Sárközy, martyr of 1848–49 († 1853) December 4 - Ernst Wilhelm Leberecht Tempel German astronomer, lithographer († 1889) December 21 - József Borsos, painter, photographer († 1883)

Deaths

February 19 - György Mailáth, royal staff member and chairman of the royal panel (* 1752) February 23 - John Keats, English Romantic Poet (* 1795) March 24 - Count László Teleki, writer, poet, politician (* 1764) May 5 - Napoleon I, (* 1769) November 9 - Michael Conrad von Heydendorf, Hungarian Royal Councilor and Mayor (* 1730) December 1 - Márton György Kovachich, lawyer

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